This is the naughtiest thing the Prime Minister reckons she's ever done
And it’s definitely not what you’d think.
What’s the naughtiest thing you ever did?
Confronted with the question in a one-on-one interview on ITV, Theresa May was stumped.
Initially, the Prime Minister struggled to produce a credible misdemeanour from her 60 years on the planet.
However, after philosophising with ITV’s Julie Etchingham that “Nobody is ever perfect, are they?”, she confessed as a child to running through “fields of wheat” with her friends, much to the chagrin of the local farmers.
Twitter had a field day.
However, some users were quick to point out what they saw as May’s political wrongdoings.
Writer Natasha Wynarczyk recalled May’s time as home secretary, when she piloted a campaign warning illegal immigrants to “go home or face arrest”, which was plastered across vans in London.
home office racism vans— Tasha Fierce (@tash_wynarczyk) June 6, 2017